Private equity is primarily the investment of capital in the equity of private companies to fund growth or in public companies to take them private. This elective examines the role of private equity from both aspects: as a financing tool and as an investment opportunity. It reviews the critical issues that the parties involved in a transaction (investors, lending banks, managers, entrepreneurs/shareholders, and advisors) will face during the investment process and their negotiations. Topics covered include industry organization, fundamental analysis of investment situations and drivers of value creation, use of applications and models by industry professionals.
Division: Finance
Programs/Center: Private Equity

Corequisite

Must be enrolled in the following Courses

Summer 2023


B7457 - 001


B7457 - 002